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-nr. went In
.5.!il. nn iuillotc
lu the wrucK,
Liii In town,
& the accident,
.nil tWO COaCHCH
f tlie passengers
Ik, the fact uio
rimiiinK , , ,vcr
E. would 1HVO
i.nf for tho
CUl' have, suffered
& Gxtiostiro and
in often tlie case
' HmiillS. ClirSCH
kancd 'on the couduc-
The train left Wco
tedareOnfgor nl 12415
E,at tho wreoK oy iw,
Provided better for Its
Ki 4 the Texiw
Kofi" art) more careful,
Etothc train at tho
Jrjrfitoblwd by Another.
jif lie Gazette.
ftfo.is litre with line
ewea null bucks.
i"jh Ramuoulllet buckw.
p if all grades on tho
;ifteep men are piuuseu
Itawlll be a mutton
Fort next winter.
stabbed ty auotucr nc-
'xbcs (till keeps on heic.
iTorm i. lianuca nun
Wtttfi School Notes.
'. AutrastlM. A niettv
htre xesteiday, the flrat
m. It I? loo late to mivo
tea worm has nppeared
ijBto!auy cleaned up
Mtifi'lionnr.lo bo iiindn
it fa aTsutv for $1,000 fur
iammt,i)rusutoy a man
rested sometime atro for
ante. I '1
uowundwirrest for liav
)U)fh tie oickets and va-
ttmkntbe other night
irteeie was ntnnnin.
In fere, to Palestine and
Iwn.wiere he pretended
fciud tnored like a wiw-
PWfclor stonnprl nut
f went through tho till
usee, late of Winona.
f here on the 3d pros.
le Uroyles. They
rfSllsk linn spmirMrl llm
Pfesor John Josa. ro-
Nori, to ttiko charge of
umic. ne win con-
rallepo in connection
m't drill k vttliM.f
.....uimuu ue AvaH a
b audiiig a,,a abundant
the boys looked at him
'one of tjiem replied.
t"half .vou want to
w cblernf the mixed
i uon't ngreo to your
lomn us In on castor oil
ff, have taken the oil to
""! I'm with you."
W and atood along the
turned to Splllit and
JJ "eald Splllit, "give
$! the boys exclaimed.
,ks a new drink on
Suspect it's a scarce
SSi iuu 10W l cumo
Shih,18 wo took a
Vwky along; an' had a
jiWoward evenln I
i, an' crawled uu,
'"wlii,ky nu canto
,WH left ntottut thtir
"juatouiul town with a
a'kuV 60n Sot a hold of
tftut h'ai- Well.
"I, wish I had Huthln to drlak.'
nay ! '
f'Theit alio tuck a cup what alio
folch with licr and went down.lo whar
a sprlHK hlkd up, hu' dipped up a mw
ful an' fotcli It to me, JtM as h!io W
handln' ltter mo shofcancd over 'tor
hido heroyes, mid I seed a tear drnji hi
tho watch 1 tuck tho clip an' drank
thofc.wnlor and tho tear, itnj raleln' my
handH I Vbwcd'that 1 would never af
ter drink my wlfo'H teats agin that I
had been driukin' ilfurii for tho iliist
twenty yefirs, an' that t was gollt' to
stop. oU hoys know who It was that
loft mo drtink. You was all in tho
gang. OIvo mo another glass of water
ail, jMuitriiueri A ,
A ItlO HOTEL,
Di-fiftrlpHoii if Ifliiu'd Arlrona Houno of
' tho l'nttire.
Apropos of jrarllh's prospect sinco
tho discovery of tho mineral snrhigs
of hecoinhlg a lli-Ht-cIus health and
pleasure resort. Capt. King, proprie
tor of tho Arizona House, in order to
keci) pace with tho town has outlined
his plans for tho Arizona House of
tho future. This mammoth hotel
is to ho erected on tho present
site, with a frontage of rOtX) feet, run
ning back three miles and four stories
high. In tho upper story thero will
be a grand saloon, with freo lunch,
and ullvor-platcd billiard tables. The
hotel will have no stairs, but 600 bal
loons will always bo ready to tako vIh
Hors up to their rooms. No servants
are to bo employed, but visitors will bo
served by a newly patented 'automatic
machine put Up in every bed room,
which will do all shaving, shnm
poonlng, bringing drinks, etc. Sup
posing the guest requires water tho
uiitomatlc will bo aide to call down
stairs: "A bucket of water to innin
Jso. 4,000," and the water will be up In
sevuu nuuuiius oy a patent elevator.
Instead of ringing bells for dinner, a
lour-nursu power gong win call guests
to their meals. Tito tables in the din
ing rooms will measure four mlli-H
each, attendance to bo performed by
twelve waiters on horse-back. Music
during (able d'iotc will bo played
by a grand square up-riirht brass
mouuted piano built expressly for this
hotel. There will bo teleirrunh Olllcos
on each lloor. Tho nrieo of bedrooms
will bo from $1 to $10. Tho cost of this
mammoth hotel will bo $o0l),000,0)0.
The hilliiud room will contain 1)00
American, 09 French and one English
table. Tho spittoons will be four by
six feet. Street car? will leave tbe
hotel every three minutes for the
hi Dentil They AVcre 'ot Jh hied.
Two deaths occured in this city yes
terday morning just forty minutes
apatl. There would bonothiugslngu
lar about this, however, had it not
been for a singular coincidence con
nected with them. The two persons
were Mrs. Catharine Moore, who died
at her home on Fifth street, near
Chestnut, at twenty minutes to eight
o'Uockamd Mlfes Lucy Lakeman, who
died at her residence at Pnrklau just
forty minutes later. Tho two had
been the most intimate friends for a
number of yearn. They attended the
same church, and although tho former
lidy was nearly old enough to be the
lattor's mother, they were seldom
seen on the streets except together.
So close was their friendship and love
lor each other that they were often ta
ken for mother and daughter. Now
comes tho strange part. of t"o story.
Uoth of them wcreiaken sick at nearly
tho same time, and giadually sank itt
spite of all ellbrts to siive them. For
the past few days they had both been
so low that the families remained at
home, and there was no connection
between them, and no word was passed
from house to house as to tho condition
of either of the patients. About 8
o'clock yesterday morning Miss Lake
man, who had been lying in a drowsy
stupor and gradually dying, roused,
and opening her eyes, beckoned her
mother to her bedside and telling her
to lean over close, whispered: "Mrs.
Moore U dead and I am going too,"
then closing her eyes she became un
conscious and died a low minutes later.
Both were very estimable ladles,
widely and favorably known in tlie
city. They will be buried by the same
funeial service front thocathedral and
their bodies will bo laid side by side in
Tlie governor lias just secured tlie
title to Wakefield, in Westmoreland
county, Va., tho site of Washington's
bhthplace, an appropriation to pur
chnso which was passed by congress.
This is very gtatifylng to thoto who
hold that republics are not ungrateful
and are not eventually unmindful of
limb-unmindful of their noble dead.
Of course, until J.he contemplated.
monumental building is erected, there
nrethose who can point unpleasantly
to tho dilapidated tomb at YVakvllcld
containing the remains of &o many of
the Washington family, which has
been allowed slowly to go to rot and
ruin on tlie old Virginia white: but
that will soon be put to lights, even H
u mwinntfiil nubile has for nearly a
century left tlie family sepulchre
Mm WnihiiHj-tons to the mercy of
Dr. St. Clair, representing tho state
department, hits made some curious
discoveries at Wakefield, one of which
is that the chimney of the house
pointed out to inquiring tourists as all
that remained or tlie old homo really
belonged to a house of more recent
construction. As the original founda
tions, however, have low been dis-
nnvonul tlinf. it of llO Sl)CCllU COUSC-
quence to any one, except to General
Sherman and J5i-Seeretnry Ji.vnrtn,
who will have to relabel or take out of
their mahogany cased tho Wakefield
bricks they tenderly carried North af
ter their late journey to the supposed
interesting spot. .
Tho Mansfield (La.) democrat says
thnt Mr. r.ntltte of that parish lias a
tlAllWnVl.i'vilii-t Yi...' l -, . , ..V ' '
r "-' "uiniie!iii
tatloii .if n7."T. iF i,".?."" WMM-
rellglotm v't o ,e "ofKifflE
two.ifcgroes whowcro bIMIaSV'tW
fence heard tho & M.0n W
as they termed ic lz .B 8akt,
going 0yn nt'tluTrJ eUnfftSSi "
went darkles thmS 'g !& tb.?Ari?,v:
eltef stop dat si but SiS , oU !
hero and l.MIl ,i !."" . 01110 "ut
El.ri mLTu tke." The
fltinko was iTn-V1 'niw and tho
sitKo was Hilled, H0 niGnsiirmi rti..
years and "pm,. um 0I
Coleman Voice: Gra-s u drvliur m.
tonip mint however, they say tho crafs
SVii"i " W"an county stock
water Is always plentiful.
ora Contort to lip j,B ntKUe'r, Tox,
AiiBtist 31, 18K:t.
Introductory Bonir Homo Hwcet Homo.
rftbl,ll .'Uio i:ron!iia l'rnycr.
ffj,Zv ,,ent,)n r'- K,;o"-
liel' ' A. II. 1.01)11.
,, MUSIC ' '
1'rnmn "Tea Night hi n Jlnr-lloom."
., .. VllAllACrKIUU
m "rSMX V11 w"'o Cnrll-i.
MTS. Hindu......, ..,.. Mln.Iiiiiiln I'nhtiu
Mr. Mehltablo Ctartrl jht.MtKm ,', xW&
tlreon... u, 1: Uuilbm,
ftulIf j3'"11,? ; Clinrllo frowitl.
WIlllD Hiitumoiid 'lUot.Ji. Ixini).
, , MUSIC.
Ta,'lenu "llhio Konrd.
.. , ... MUSIC
Muslo rendered tiy.Mrs. I)r. Wilson.
'heaainie- Sh0 tIltln'
Z 2i.T?Ve "9. but sin
,U(Mh... ' T. I
at hfrvi "J ..f K"1 "V 'luito a numuni .-
"'fe still didn't low his dew home.
herd of deer composed of seven lemaits
and a number of young ones, iitc
mother of tito whole Hock is twelve
years old, aud has given birth to
twenty fawns, two each seasrtn for tho
past ten years. He keeps them in a
twenty-acre park and says they are no
troublt. to raise whatever. Ho can
have a fat venison whenever he wants
one. During the lull he lets them run
in tho woods, and they never fall to
return home. lie kllU every .year
quite ft munottr i w w-w ... 4wa-
... t.t. A.a lmmt.
tMi pkTT "-l B"1 -
A great many people are asking
what particular troubles Brown's
Iron Bittlus Is good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Parab
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all bimilar disease
Its wonderful curative power is
simply because it purifies and en
riches the blood, thus beginning sit
the foundation, and by building up
the system, drives out all disease.
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism,
Baltimore, Sfd., May 7, 88o.
My health was much unaltered b
Rheumatism when I commenced
taking Brown's Iron Hitters, and I
scarcely had strength ei ouch to at
tend to my daily household duUe.
lam now using the third bonis anil I
am regaining strength daily, and I
cheerfully recommend It to all.
I cannot say too much in praise
of it. Mrs. Maiiy E. ISiiamii Ait,
173 I'rcsUuan sU
Kidney Disease Cured.
Christiansburg, Va., lESr.
Suffering from kidney ttlsc.ise,
from which I could get 110 relief, I
tried Uiown's Iron liklers, which
cured me completely. A child of
mine, recovering from scarlet fever,
lud no appetite and did not seem to
be able to cat at all. 1 gave him Iron
Uitten with the happiest results.
J, Kl-K MONTACL'B.
Vine St., Harrisuurg, Ta.
Dec 3, ibSt.
After trying different physicians
and many remedies for paljitation
of the heart without receiving any
benefit, I was advised lo try Hro n's
iron Hitters. I have used two bot
tle and never found anything that
Cave me so mucli relief.
Mrs. Jennie IIbss.
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies arc subject, Brown's Iron
Bittuu, is invaluable. Try it.
Bo sure and get tho Genuine,
YfiM Ttinnt in.Hs.f.i
nofuitt vga"Mi sfevr ,,0M
SAVKD HUM i,800 DOLlAItS.
irtl FiTif nnni. it T' ir'. 11. J. Krn
hs'dono for lni n"1 Ulftu k,,ovf lttt
i ,11 ..Vr vnn? i'iv; 1 sw" I'm.nnu 1 iwoa two
wVrdi for f m MoilSft .'i "kvo mod 1 Tor
cured comnlf toly nnd lm n10 leg ninooih.
i, Jffm!I!lil?i,llf,.,.c,n, for rl.oum: tt"m. I
not J they wfd if I VfiiVrlfo t V yo tliUt
S3lV-,,mw.i,!?Sl1 ""i.0- 1 yo'i would,
ml r will do you nil tho good I en. '
Very res poctfully, E.S.M-ma.
From 'the Akron CommtrrUt.OMo, or.Sor.UMh,
Readers of tho CbinmcTcJoI canot woll for.
Kct that a Iiirgo 8mcohiis for ycftMbeontnlccu
up by Kendall's luHcrtlxomenUt especially
pi n cerutln Hpvln cure. Wo lmvo hud deal
ings with lit. Kcndull for iimny ycrtr, and
wo know of omo largo buMiiess houses In
cities near by, who hma 11U0 detilt with htm
TUP IIIUIIV VnuM ..., .!, t...l. ..1..- .
L ni !' '"i "'" u irnm it limy llilll
rulthnilly jirovon, not only tlnit ho In it Rood,
......v ...... 1,. .im mm, um roiournieti pnvin
Uirois not only nil thnt It U recommended
lo be, but that the KnirltBli lniiKVioge U not
CHPiiblo or rceomnicndfnK It too hiRhly.
KendiiU's Hpln euro will cum spavhis.
ben proicn to our certain kiiowledKe.but,
utter ull, if unyperHoneontlncs tho nscliiliicss
oj HUB rotobtiilcd incdlclno to curing riiavIus
Hlone. they nmko n big mlntnka. It Is tho
,,.,, Iniullnltia !,., .. . ...... . .1 ......II
tton for rhoiiinatlsni in the liuiimn latnlly.
ItisKoo foriuiiiiN mut ttehcs.Hwelllnuii nnd
lameness, iindlslimtnsisHfelynppllod tomen,
women nnd children ns it h to horses. We
know thnt there nre other good liniments,
but wo do bellevfi this p In euro to bo rr
better th iiu any over lincuted.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
foT WoiiTll. Toxns. Mnreh 15. 1WM.
Mrutrs. Jt. J. Knulntl .t l.. About Klnnnt Im
rko there wuHivMiiunblo ntnlllon biought to
tho ktablo of KnrniCH mut Henry to be treated
for ft bone Hpavlu which whhoiio y en rs growth
nnd of pronounced rd7c, nnd havlng icurncd
iiiiuugii utiumio Kourres mill your lliiimotil
known m Kcudnll'a Hiuivln (Turn u-u v.iIm.
able, I coinmoliced u1iik It on tho onliirrfo
tuantnnd nftcr lx weeks using nnd huvln
applied two bottles Um horso wns ourcd en
tirely, leaving tho leg PorfceUy mnonth.
UIIAHLF.l UKNIIY. ,
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE
On lliiinnu 1'lnHli."
It has been imed In thoiiHiimls of cases on
htimnn JleBli llh such wonderful siiceess
Hint wo now feol oortnlu It Is tlio best lini
ment known for limn, us it litis Kiilllclent
strength to penetrate nnd Vlrluo to euro tho
worst enses, wlilch nro not nlleclctl In tho
least by ordinary liniments, nnd yet it dooa
not blister or euuso n sore.
Vbvay, Ind.,Augintl2, 1BS1. Dr. 17. J. Ken.
dull it lj.: Gents Snmplo of cliouhirs re
ceived to-ctny, l'lcnso sond ino some Willi my
Imprint, printed on one Mdo only. Tho Ken
dall's ijpnvlii Cure is In tixecllenl demnnd
with us, and not only lor iinlinulK, but for
luiinnn ailments uli-o. Mr. dos. Vorls, 0110 ol
the lending farmers In our county, sprained
an anklu badly, and knowing tho aluo ol
the remedy for horses, tried ft on himself,
mid it did far better than he had expected.
Cured tho sprain In very short order.
Yours rcspcetftilly, C. O. Tiiikiiani).
l'rlefljl per bottle, or six bottles for!o. All
(tiugglstshacltor cun got It for you, or it
win no sent to any nuuress on receipt 01 iinco
by tho proprietors, l)It. It. J.KHNDALb &
CO., Enosburgh TallB, Vt. Houd for illus
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
-A.ao.ct Xloaler iaot
BAGGING AND TIES.
Nos. 0, 8, 10, 12 ami 14 First Street,
Fort "AToartlx, Toxo.ia.
-mMjif -tj.Tjr-M- "i-fli rii i
AVholcsai? nnd Retail Dealer la
HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS, GAS PIPE;
ach Hitler, by In-
nn tiulnir vllnlnnw
er, ana rcuuoriuB
lions leginnr iiiiu
nctlvo, Keeps llio
s stent In good
!?tt disease, l'or eon-
and Urer coui-
- plaint, nervous
ness, Kltll'CJ Hllll
a sure ueiciifo
levrs, Dcsiues iv
nf hiii'Ii rltftnos
rmn lh77m. Fnr sale by all Uru,CglBW
and dealers scnemlly.
FIVE CENTS A LINE.
A warranted Mv ior an ((senses
caused by malarial poisenlag ( tho
Llood, such as Chills and Fcvor,
Fsvcr and Aguo, Sim Pains, Bumb
nnd Masked Agne, Third-day Ague,
SlnMng ChlUs, Inlermlllonl, Remlb
lanl, Bilious and all olber Fevers
caused by aialaria. II Is also Iho
safest and best cure lor enlarged
Spleen (Fever Cake). Qcnsral Dcb111
ty and Periodic Neuralgia.
FOR SALE BT ALL DRUGGIST!
u n. miustwa co.,
FIVE CENTS A LINE.
9 q I I
WANTED TO BUY.
FIVE CENTS A LINE.
? ? If f t ?
WANTED TO SELL. ,
FIVE CENTS A LINE.
FIVE CENTS A LINE.
? ? ? ?
FIVE CENTS A LINE.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
FIVE CENTS A LINE.
ui r. &,,"'i"iV;-Gr)(WTwaf?i, nik uiunnnoir
lirotettloii, and oprn ranee iiruund It tlint
nin b tmiiflif Otvrior lui'ils money and mill
If rOltKnOH . IIOUIK-ifAl.ViHTKKBT,
l Hi-- jl
AGENT Mil HALMBAY'S "WIND MIIX.
Oornor Houaton and Second Stroote, Fort Worth, Toxaa.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST STOVE AtlD HARDWARE HOUSE IN THE CITI
WKvory DoncrlBtlon of Job Work ilono on Bliort Notleo,-
Greatly Reduced Prices !
Having purchased this scnlo In car-load lots for canh, i nm now prooarod .to oftcr my
THE OLD RELIABLE AND BEST SCALE
In tho maiket at greatly reduced prices from lormor rates. I have In stock, and shall koop
at all limes a full lino of scales and trucks of tho l'alrbank niako, l'artloa -wuntltig any
Bio Bcalo will do well to wrtto mo lor prices.
PLATFORM WAGON SCALES A SPECIALTY.
W. E. LAKE, TOUT AV011T1I, TEXAS.
K. M, Vanjuult.
J, I'. Bmlih,
TIDBALL, VANZANDT & CO.
FOET WOETH, TEXAS.
A nonernl Hanking Iluslnoss TrAnouetcd. Collections made and promptly remitted, Kx
chiinge ornwii uu tli me prliicljial cities ol Europe.
First National Bank
Corner llouslon and Second Sis,, Fort IVorlli, Texas.
CAPITAL $100,000. SUEPLUS $30,000.
31. B. Xoycl, PresiO'l, J), Cllomiolt, VIco-PreSldM, Geo. JtniksoiCMlii'4
Directors J. S, Godnln, M. 0, Laid, J, D. Reed, Zane Celll, D. C. Dennett, Ctorno iackson, J, 9, SandWfjt
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
CAAJST 4- SWASEY,
Importer and Wholcsalo J)wim in
LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
Fort "VcHrtla, ;Po3Kua-
AgeD.s for St. Louis and Milwaukee Bottled Bee
Sash, Door and
Having purchased tho Dewey PlnnlnirMllI,
put in ordor tho inuchlnery, and uddod 10:11c
new nmchlnoe to It, I am now prepared to do
all kinds or work, inch im More Front, rionb,
Doom and Ultnds, Window and Dotirl'nimoa,
Store Coimters and Mtielvlnif, Holiool XJeslfJ
and Church Beat. Also, all kinds of
Scroll Sawing, Brackets,
Turning and Pickets.
All kinds of Inmlierdrsssedon short, notlo.
Batlsractlon guaranteed, '
Kill Iretweeii SeTcnlh and BJghti
at tbe end of lh fUnU Ke rU II road trMk '
Fort Worth, Te. ..
J. L. TAIT, Prrletr.
Q. P. CARR & CO.,
Wlio.caato ilnaufucturorfl of
Mattresses, Pillows, Bolsters, Etc
I.argtock constantly on hnnd. Bend for
priio Hsu Corner Kourth aud Houston
FORT WOflTH, TEXAS.
. . -.w-
H. T. HAVENS,
Will aflor August 1st chaiigohls location ol
OLD SAINT LOUIS,
Alain Atreet, Kort Worth.
'P.. ceTTPM MAM A f RAMB. 843.
FOEGEfJ. TOOLS, &o. ,
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Mavntni. cvll. Ylf 'Mr Arlirlur
' ir2!riiJrJtrV wueuwiut ot.
Vr- tft -
SrS 3BBii HRBRKSHMKHS
Wc huard feoino norsims In conversw-1
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tlOu at Hid hi JSHOiirl J'cjho iiK,t wi-imy (
V i-m:iifto(tj.v .
mllwiiire.iiiiniuJ. h.h! Milro .Infill.
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